Zhang Linfu recuperating from combat wounds during Battle of Nanchang, Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong, mid-1939Zhang Linfu, date unknownPortrait of Zhang Lingfu, 1940sPortrait of Zhang Lingfu, date unknown
Zhang Linfu recuperating from combat wounds during Battle of Nanchang, Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong, mid-1939Zhang Linfu, date unknownPortrait of Zhang Lingfu, 1940sPortrait of Zhang Lingfu, date unknown
Portrait of Zhang Lingfu, 1945; it was taken while he was a student at the advanced general officers course in the Army Military Academy in Chongqing, ChinaGroup portrait of officers of Chinese Army 4th War Area and 74th Corps, taken at Changsha, Hunan, China, mid-1945; Zhang Lingfu front second from left, Zhou Zhidao front third from left, Zhao Ruhan rear second from right)Two unidentified US Army officers, Zhang Lingfu, Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, Shi Zhongcheng, Qiu Weida, Chen Chuanjun, and Pi Xuanqiu, Nanjing, Feb 1946Portrait of Zhang Lingfu, early 1947
Portrait of Zhang Lingfu, 1945; it was taken while he was a student at the advanced general officers course in the Army Military Academy in Chongqing, ChinaGroup portrait of officers of Chinese Army 4th War Area and 74th Corps, taken at Changsha, Hunan, China, mid-1945; Zhang Lingfu front second from left, Zhou Zhidao front third from left, Zhao Ruhan rear second from right)Two unidentified US Army officers, Zhang Lingfu, Bai Chongxi, He Yingqin, Shi Zhongcheng, Qiu Weida, Chen Chuanjun, and Pi Xuanqiu, Nanjing, Feb 1946Portrait of Zhang Lingfu, early 1947
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